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Running light module

Could somebody please tell me where to locate the running light module on a 2001. My running lights will not shut off with key out and light switch completely off.

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Are you talking about the daytime running lights? IF you are they are located on the pass side, under the dash. 2 black relays if I recall correctly, and the glove box has to come out.

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Daytime running lights yes. I talked with a Ford mechanic, he and his guys say that the modules they know of are a black box 2"x3" by about an inch deep and are on the driver side by where the rad and bumper meet the frame (in that area somewhere) BUT I CAN"T FIND THE beepbeepbeepbeep THING, also I did look behind the glovebox and did not see what I thought would be it.

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Hey if they are talking about the GEM module it is a B&*$% it is located ontop of the cabin fuse box...you have to rip the whole dash apart just to see it and to get to the three bolts is another adventure...we have been replacing them left and right at the shop.
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http://www.dfuser.com/Install%20Guid...2005-12-15.pdf

The link above gives a bit of an explenation on the location on the 99+ trucks, thanks to dfuser for the link.

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Actually guys, I am very sorry, It is my parking light module that I am looking for. I am not much of a mechanic, but when the lights are off and my keys are pulled the parking lights front and rear remain on until my batteries are dead. (but only sometimes) Sorry for my screw up and thanks for everyones help.
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